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Cakrasamvara Tantra

Gray, David B.:
The Cakrasaṃvara Tantra (the Discourse of Śrī Heruka) : editions of the Sanskrit and Tibetan texts / David B. Gray. - New York : American Institute of Buddhist Studies (distr. by Columbia University Press), 2013. - xv, 577 S. - (Treasury of the Buddhist sciences)
ISBN 978-1-935011-04-0
US$ 62,00 / £ 43,00
DDC: 294.385
-- Angekündigt für Februar 2013 --

This is a companion volume to the author's study and translation of The Cakrasamvara Tantra (AIBS 2007). It includes an introduction to the textual history of the Cakrasamvara Tantra; a critical edition of the Sanskrit text, based upon available manuscripts, commentaries, and intertexts in the Buddhist explanatory tantras; a critical edition of the standard Prajñakīrti-Mardo revised Tibetan translation, based upon seven print redactions; a diplomatic edition of the Sumatikīrti-Malgyo revised translation, as preserved in the Phug-brag manuscript Kangyur; and an edition of the extracanonical Sumatikīrti-Mardo translation, based upon two surviving prints. [Verlagsinformation]

Series Editor's Preface. ix
Author's Preface. xi
Abbreviations. xiv
   Introduction. 1
   General Introduction. 1
   Evidence for Śaiva Influence. 4
   The Early History of the Cakrasaṃvara Tantra. 6
   The Later History of the Cakrasaṃvara Tantra. 19
   The Language of the Cakrasaṃvara Tantra. 22
   Tibetan Transmissions and Translations. 27
   The Sanskrit Edition. 37
      Sanskrit Texts and Editions. 37
      Editorial Policy. 43
      Sanskrit Edition. 49
   Edition of the Prajñākīrti-Mardo Revised Tibetan Translation. 237
      Texts Employed. 237
      History of the PM edition. 243
      Editorial Policy. 245
      PM Edition. 249
   Diplomatic Edition of the Sumatikīrti-Malgyo Revised Translation. 415
      Edition Introduction. 415
      SL Diplomatic Edition. 417
   Edition of the Sumatikīrti-Mardo Revised Translation. 483
      Edition Introduction. 483
      SM Edition. 487
Bibliography. 569
   Indian and Tibetan Texts. 569
   Editions and Secondary Sources. 570

David B. Gray is an associate professor in the Religious Studies Department at Santa Clara University. Profile page.

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